YOU NEED HEART TO PLAY THIS GAME
"You need the heart to play this game" is a theater show that displays itself as a karaoke of a single performer. A hybrid between a theater performance and a piece of video art, it sustains itself on the banality of the form, a deep reflection on the contemporary society, its path and its artistic methods in general and theater in particular.
The audience watches, as a true spectator, a ceaseless search for the "big moment" of the show. But will there be "the" moment? Does it matter? Or is the show, much like the karaoke, an imitation game of language suggested by the screen?